Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Take your choice

The Harris poll that came out today took pains to define what they consider a “likely voter”. In a nutshell:

People who say they’re likely voters: Bush leads 48%-46%
People who say they’re likely voters and voted last election: Bush leads 51%-43%

Call me crazy, but I think people who actually vote are more likely to be, like, likely voters.

1 comment:

reliapundit said...

if those who didn't vote last time were unregistered last time - and are newly registered, than maybe the closer poll result is more accurate.

or maybe if you count people who will vote twice.

or dead people voting.

since that's how the dems play the game these days.

and i'm a dem.

a dem for bush.